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I'm not a RAM dude, but modules with large heat spreaders have less value as they are there for entirely or almost entirely aesthetic/advertising reasons and don't fit under many air coolers

I was also looking at the Crucial ULP 1.35 CS8 1600mhz kit. If anything, at least uses less voltage and stays out of the way while having tighter timings than my current kit.
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Which Mic are you getting? I'm looking at picking up the Blue Snowball. It's so pretty in black.

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I'm not a RAM dude, but modules with large heat spreaders have less value as they are there for entirely or almost entirely aesthetic/advertising reasons and don't fit under many air coolers

My G. Skill ram fit under the Hyper 212 Evo I was using, plus the red goes along with everything else inside my case....devilsmiley.gif
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Any documented cases of Intel insurance sending out an above average chip? I'm stuck with a piece of crap that gives me lots of attitude above x45 @ 1.32vcore and wondering if statistically I'm likely to end up with same or better if I commit homicide on this one...
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Any documented cases of Intel insurance sending out an above average chip? I'm stuck with a piece of crap that gives me lots of attitude above x45 @ 1.32vcore and wondering if statistically I'm likely to end up with same or better if I commit homicide on this one...

4.5 is not a bad clock. However, I will be sending my 4670k off at the end of the month and be letting everyone in on the batch#, etc. smile.gif In other news, my computer is loving this 17C ambient.... I think it is time to push a little further. wink.gif
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Hot damn, x264 bench is THE toughest thing I ever had my system try to crack - I was failing at settings that been stable in everything from Intel Extreme Tuning Utility to IBT etc.

Think I finally cracked it though - Will leave it running the 20 loops (At loop 11 at the moment).

4.8Ghz Core - 1.35 Vcore. (I jumped from 1.31 -> 1.35, might be able to squeeze it lower).

4.2 Ghz Uncore - 1.2V.

System Agent - 1.25.

IOA - 1.25.

IOD - 1.25.

Eventual Input - 2.0.

Ram at 2400Mhz CL9.

Crossing fingers that it does not crash on loop 18 or something like that, lol.
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If you need the system agent and IO voltages with your RAM at 800mhz - which ones do you need?

Sorry if it's a pain to test tongue.gif
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I wouldn't pay $120 for it, considering without even any research i hit the newegg 2400 RAM kit section yesterday and there were nine 2x4gb kits below $90. If you're paying more than that, you should be learning about RAM OC and hunting down the IC's you want or on a less deep level, specific kits etc rather than just specs

It's 2x8GB for 16GB total and 1866 @ 1.5V. Like I said, ugly, but clearly the best buy in RAM right now. 8GB is not enough IMO.

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Any suggestions for 2x8GB? biggrin.gif

Check my link above if you haven't already. Def the best deal out there IMO. If not, you can pick up Bumblebee's eyebrows for a little more:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211774

20-211-778-TS?$S300W$

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I'm not a RAM dude, but modules with large heat spreaders have less value as they are there for entirely or almost entirely aesthetic/advertising reasons and don't fit under many air coolers

Yes! I simply do not understand the thought process behind this. The Samsung UDIMMS went for $80 @ 16 GB, 1.35V, clock like crazy, and actually sit UNDER the RAM clips of a board!

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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

I was also looking at the Crucial ULP 1.35 CS8 1600mhz kit. If anything, at least uses less voltage and stays out of the way while having tighter timings than my current kit.

One of the egg reviews:

"Easily overclocked to 2133mhz CL11 at 1.65v."

I would be very interested to know the IC in these.
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It's 2x8GB for 16GB total and 1866 @ 1.5V. Like I said, ugly, but clearly the best buy in RAM right now. 8GB is not enough IMO.
Check my link above if you haven't already. Def the best deal out there IMO. If not, you can pick up Bumblebee's eyebrows for a little more:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211774

20-211-778-TS?$S300W$

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Yes! I simply do not understand the thought process behind this. The Samsung UDIMMS went for $80 @ 16 GB, 1.35V, clock like crazy, and actually sit UNDER the RAM clips of a board!
One of the egg reviews:

"Easily overclocked to 2133mhz CL11 at 1.65v."

I would be very interested to know the IC in these.

I might end up with those sticks because asthetics are part of my build. Don't get me wrong, performance is extremely necessary, however these seem to be best of both worlds. I'd prefer 2400 at cl11, but hey I gotta budget somewhere. Wife already wants to kill me for my build. tongue.gif

Also, Adata, YUNO include a black version? =./

Oh, and I'm working on 4.7 now. I'm at 1.3Vcore and 1.95 VRIN. So far it seems stable with x264 with 67C max temp on hottest core. biggrin.gif Hopefully going to be able to push further. Really want that 5.0.
Edited by jameyscott - 10/24/13 at 2:43am
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Jamey...I don't care how nice of a guy your are or the fact that you stayed up late to help me.

If you sat down next to me @ a LAN party w/ THOSE things...I would move.
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